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EDSA-Kamuning flyover closed? Here are the alternate routes


As the repair and by-phase retrofitting of the southbound lane of EDSA-Kamuning flyover starts Thursday and partial closure on May 1, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority released alternate routes the public can take.

From EDSA/Quezon Avenue (SB), motorists can make a right turn to Panay Avenue, left turn to Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, left turn to Timog Avenue, and then right turn to EDSA Service Road.

 

 

Motorists can also make a right turn to Mo. Ignacia Avenue from EDSA/Quezon Avenue (SB), left turn to Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, left turn to Timog Avenue, and then right turn to EDSA Service Road.

 

 

From EDSA/Quezon Avenue (SB), the public can also make a right turn to Panay Avenue or Mo. Ignacia Avenue, left turn to Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, continue straight to 11th Jamboree, make a left turn to Kamuning Road, and then take the EDSA Service Road.

 

 

From EDSA/Quezon Avenue (SB), motorists can make a right turn to Eugenio Lopez Jr. Drive or Scout Borromeo, left turn to Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, left turn to Timog Avenue, and then right turn to EDSA Service Road.

 

 

Another route is from Eugenio Lopez Jr. Drive or Scout Borromeo, make a left turn to Samar Avenue, left turn to Timog Avenue, and right turn to EDSA Service Road.

 

 

From EDSA/Quezon Avenue (SB), the public can also make a right turn to Eugenio Lopez Jr. Drive or Scout Borromeo, left turn to Sgt. Esguerra Avenue, continue straight to 11th Jamboree, make a left turn to Kamuning Road, and then take the EDSA Service Road.

 

 

The 32-year old flyover will be closed for six months or until October 25 to strengthen it amid possible natural disasters like earthquake.

In 2022, it was also partially closed to traffic for 30 days for the reconstruction of the damaged bridge diaphragm and the construction of a new bridge deck slab of the flyover.—AOL, GMA Integrated News

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